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gushes into a philadelphia street after a huge water main break at least one city street is affected a number of businesses take in water. >> we're hours away from the crowning of a brand new miss america. not great weather for the parade of shoes, but nice weather for the pageant. >> yesterday will be the last time you will see rain in a long time. we have a lot of dry weather in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. in the meantime we'll give you the crew of cape may down the jersey shore. it's a beautiful morning folks strolling along. we have a beautiful breeze out of northwesterly. dewpoints are starting to lower, it's making it feel refreshing this morning than it did at this time yesterday. temperatures in the 60s, poconos 59. everybody else low to mid 60 on. trenton, 65. reading, 62. lancaster, 61 and wilmington, 63 most of us us seeing mixed skies combination of sun and clouds.
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with the upper level low holding back here across western portions of upstate new york and pennsylvania that will swing through. with the system to the west, as it swings through later on during the course of the day it will provide us with a blankets or canopy of cloud cover later on. it will feel fantastic like fall. 3:00 p.m., clouds and sun, 73 the coolest daytime high we've seen in 3 months. nice stuff is on the way. low humidity, plenty of sunshine, wall-to-wall blue skies. we're warming up again, as a matter of fact some of the days will feature high temperatures in the upper 80s. i'll have the details in just a bit, guys. police in bucks county are investigating a crash that killed one teenager and sent three others to the hospital. it happened here on the 700 block of north lime kiln pike in
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new britain township after 1:00 p.m. a 17-year-old driver lost control of a pick up truck and ran into a drainage ditch and hit a pole and mail box. he was killed immediately. police are looking into whether drinking and driving were cause of the crash after open beer cans were found inside the truck. water crews are out in hunting park this morning after a water main break flooded streets at west moreland street. the break spilled $350 million of water. it took crews two hours to get the main shut off and restore pressure to residents. hunting park avenue is closed until further notice. >> once the cleanup efforts are done we'll assess the damage to the water main and working to
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excavate to get a visual on it. >> annie mccormick is on the scene she'll have an update on the cleanup events at 10:00 p.m. faa is investigating yet another plane crash in south jersey. a small plane went down after taking off from camden county airport and plunged into the yard in back of a home. the pilot's friend watch it all happen. >> reporter: the single engine plane crashed into a woods near atco. the pilot david sees was killed as he flew over a friend's home on jackson road. richard craven said the long time family friend was doing a fly by when he heard the plane in trouble. >> i seen the plane drop i heard him throttle back up, next
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thing i heard three hits and i heard the plane smashed up against a tree. >> reporter: waterford township fire and ems crews responded. >> upon arrival they observed the plane the cessna 150 had heavy damaged from a crash into a wooded area. nobody on the ground was hurt. seals seen posing with his plane in facebook photos was the only occupant. >> he loved to fly. >> reporter: a family member said he was passionate about flying and in 2011 he was given a metal for his military service in vietnam. >> he was a great guy, everybody loved. >> reporter: he was enjoidged to be married. -- engaged to be maryland. his fiance's sprnl sister-in-law
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acid she is broken up. jeff chirico which i chann6 "action news." >> these pictures show the recovery of a single engine plane crash into the atlantic ocean on thursday. the faa said the plane's radio transmission went silent during the final two hours of the flight from michigan. the plane made a fast, steep decent. his wife said he was heading to atlantic city at the time of the crash. he had 40 years experience flying planes. police in cumberland county are looking for suspects in a shooting that left a man in critical condition. it happened on the 500 block of east avenue in fairfield township. police received 911 call also after 1:30 of gunshots in the area. when they arrived they found a man in his 20s with a gunshot wound to the head. he was flown to cooper medical
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center in critical condition. the search continues for a driver who hit a police officer on a motorcycle and kept going. it happened at east 4th and morton streets in chester, delaware county. the driver made an illegal left turn and clipped officer daniel hoffman motorcycle who was injured, but expected to make a full recovery. witnesses described it as aburgu can't understand -- grand prix. a leak in paulsboro train derailment sent chemicals into the air. ntsb said conrail should not have opened the bridge that
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would swing on and off the tracks. taylor swift is being sued by a radio host. a member of the security team falsely skewed david david swift's publicist said his employer was given evidence of the incident and made their own decision to fire him. parking restrictions go into effect next sunday that means you'll have to move your car or be towed. the city is offering help it will waive the 20-dollar fee to park in one of the residential garages if you have a valid parking permit. parking passes are available
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tore pick up go to the parking authority office on #th -- 8th street. the world meeting of families started the stay open campaign to encourage shops to stay open. many said that's exactly what they are planning to do. >> if we're able to accommodate as many people want to come in, we'll stay open as late as people come in. if it ends up being too much we'll close the door and call it a day. >> many retailers plan to rely on the local employees to staff the store. some altered schedules to capitalize on the pope's upcoming visit. we have more at 6abc.com/pope. we have details to help you navigate the papal visit. tonight on 6abc, the wait ends and a dream comes true for
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one lucky lady she will be crowned miss america 2016. the winner will be celebrated with the iconic theme song "there she is miss america." we'll have a live report at 10:00 p.m. the rain didn't dampen the enthusiasm for show us your shoes parade on the boardwalk. contestants made their way down the boardwalk soda showed off their shoes. miss i had hoe supported potato shoes. tune into tonight to the countdown to the crown our live view at #8:00 p.m. former miss america will offer her insights. mitts america pageant will
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follow on 6abc at 9:00 p.m. >> more to come on "action news." from uber to starbucks, modern day technology has made modern life so much easier, but it hadn't answered the age-old question, should you tip. should this piece of paper have historical value? looking live sky6 live hd looking over old city, independence hall right there. a beautiful day is shaping up. the rain is gone, meteorologist chris sowers tells us if we could see any more of that in our forecast when we come right back.
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i see myself as maybe an entrepreneur. internet essentials from comcast. helping to bridge the digital divide. officials are balancingsing two raging fires in sacramento that destroyed 86 homes and 61 buildings. this is man was one of the many who lost his home. as he evacuated he managed to grab his late husband's ashes, now he returned to scattered ashes. meantime another wildfire exploded yesterday in lake county about 100 miles north of san francisco. the blaze sent four sphforts to the hospital with second degree burns, they are in stable
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condition. hundreds of people have fled as this fire continues to burn out of the control. >> 9:13 time for accuweather we're transitioning into nice weather. >> reporter: let's get you outside, it's a transition day we'll go from clouds to clearing, that will be closer to sunset. today will feel fantastic that will set up later this evening, just a gorgeous stretch of weather that could linger through all of next weekend. at least, five, 6 six seven straight days of beautiful stuff on the way. 65 degrees, dewpoint in the mid 50s. numbers are dropping off. winds out of the west at 10 miles per hour. the pressure reading is rising, 62 in reading. lancaster, 61. philadelphia, 65. allentown 63 degrees. the dewpoints all these were in
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the low to mid-sixties with the exception of the far western suburbs. that is a west wind a drier wind flow for us, now everything is cooled down into the 50s, it will feel lovely later on. as we set this in motion by 6:00 p.m. we'll see dewpoints into the low 50s, nice refreshing stuff is on the way. satellite and radar, yesterday's rain up across upstate new york they have pushed out to sea, the thicker cloud cover is working its way out to sea. we have an upper level feature to deal with, still holding back across northwestern pennsylvania. as that pulls east and runs along the new york/pa state line. whatever sunshine you're seeing this morning that will cloud over this afternoon. this is the water vapor image that's the jet stream or the storm track. on this side of the lionel
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temperatures are below average. on that side of the line, they are boiling again. mile high stadium, temperatures 92, 93 degrees on the front range. this cool air mass is pushing east. it gets in here later this afternoon and tomorrow and it heads on out of here, we start warming up by the time we get into tuesday and wednesday. future tracker 6 showing a whole lot of nothing. one or two may see a quick passing shower, far western suburbs, lehigh valley. reading, 73. philadelphia, 73. lots of clouds, limited sun, breezy and cool. millville, 73. dover, 72. cape may, 74. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast lots of sunshine here 77, wall-to-wall blue skies for monday, breezy and pleasant. 83 for tuesday, wednesday we start to warm up again, the normal high for this time of the year is 79 today. by wednesday it's down to 78.
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you can see we're forecasting a high of 86. thursday, 86. friday, 87. and saturday, more sunshine blue skies and 87 degrees, on a positive note the humidity is nice and low. went to feel bad. >> a home in oregon made an amazing historical find it's a handwritten invitation to the white house signed by eleanor roosevelt. audrey hudson said she found it at a yard sale tucked into books. instead of making money off the inhave invitation even though she could use it she is going to return it to whom it belongs. we'll be right back.
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kids cash and others praise for eating fruits and vegetables. those who got cash rewards ate healthier options, money convinced the kids to overcome their fears of eating different things. a new study at yale university found 6% of students admit using ecigarettes. this is dangerous since it can be more opponent than other form of the drug. increase in biking injuries particularly for those in a certain age group. a new report finds that adult biking injuries has jumped 28%, the largest increase involved with those over the age of 45. those injuries jumped more than 80%. that's mainly because more adults are riding bikes for
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very rare to see this far south this time of the year. the water is warm and that's aiding in the development of the showers and storms. this forecast model is starting to hint at signs of circulation. watch this as i set it in motion, over the next 24 hours, see the counter clockwise swirl. the model is hinting at circulation developing in the bay. this is the wind sheer you see these colors, blues and greens that has ultimately ripped apart fred, erika, there was another storm in there, danny was the other one that approached the area and hit the sheer and ripped apart. watch whams as we set this in motion, over the next 36 hours that sheering starts to disappear. if that storm manages to survive over the next 24 to 36 hours it could hit texas or the gulf of
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coast. in florida we have tropical downpours, some areas could see three inches of rain with an approaching cold front. >> new technology is posing tricky questions about tipping. have you swiped your credit card for morning lot at -- latte. it's asking for a tip. although you're not being traditionally served say table. another question is being posed by uber. it provides an entire transaction within the app no cash ever exchanges hand. the when a driver goes back and forth and beyond to help you there's a way to show your appreciation. >> it doesn't hurt to carry cash on you, because you may find yourself in situations where you want to add something but you can't add it to your
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credit card. the new normal for tipping at a restaurant is 18%. facebook founder mark zuckerburg to himself vanity's most powerful list as one of the most powerful people in business and media. it ranks the people who shape the way we act play and consume. others include uberrer creator and amazon's jeff bezos. we have details on a rollercoaster being built that will give thrill seekers new thrills. >> what a pumpkin. we'll tell you how much this gourd tipped the scales when
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"action news" returns and chris sowers will have the clue exclusive accuweather forecast.
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philadelphia water crews are busy cleaning up a big mess after a 4-foot water main breaks. police in delaware county investigate a shooting that left a person hospitalized overnight. it's finally starting to feel like september. >> yeah, we needed the jackets this morning. meteorologist chris sowers joins us outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day
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forecast. >> reporter: good morning to you, nydia, it's ashame the eagles home opener isn't today instead of next sunday because it feels like fall now. what a change we've had in the weather pattern over the last few days, during the 71 day stretch from july 1 to september 9 we picked up 4.14 inches of rain. a lot of that fell in one shot. we had one day where we picked up the drenching downpours. most of the 71 days we were bone dry. since thursday, we've had nearly 5 inches of rain in philadelphia. a lot of heavy downpours thursday evening and we picked up more yesterday afternoon. look at reading, 2 1/2 inches with the low pressure system that developed across the mid atlantic and ran up the eastern seaboard. lancaster, 1.5. poconos an inch. allentown .3.
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atlantic city at the airport a little bit more than.1. the satellite showing the storm system is well to the north up in new england. we have the upper level low to the west that will swing through later this afternoon. the that will keep the cloud cover in here most of the day. day planner, lunchtime, 70 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 73, mostly cloudy skies. and 6:00 p.m., 72. again, we're forecasting a high of 73 which is 6 degrees below the seasonal average for this time of the year. as a matter of fact we'll keep it dry outline week. monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, there's no shot, i repeat again no shot of seeing any measurable rain. a beautiful week on the way, i'll tell you how long it last in the seven day. >> philadelphia water crews are on the scene of a massive water main break that flooded an entire street at the corner of hunting park avenue and west moreland street in the hunting
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park section. the 4-foot main burst spilling 15 million gallons of water. it took two hours to get the main shut off and restore pressure. now hunting park avenue is closed until further notice. police in delaware county are looking for suspects that left a person hospitalized. police blocked off the street at 6th and darby terrace. neighbors heard gun shots and called police at 1:00. no word on the victim. a man is in critical condition at 23rd an aluminum barreled. a man in his -- lumbard street. emotions were running high as police talked to residents about what happened. >> police in ocean county are asking for your help in finding a man that allegedly robbed an elderly woman at a walmart
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store. police say he is wanted for ripping a gold necklace from the neck of a 7-year-old woman on -- 76-year-old woman on friday as she was putting her bags in the car. he took off through the parking lot south on route 37. if you have information call police. the search continues for a man who escaped from custody in burlington county. 28-year-old michael mimms was being transported when he got away yesterday morning. he was handcuffed and barefoot when he ran off. if you anyone sees him, call 911 immediately. happening today, the race for the pennsylvania u.s. senate seat kicks into high gear as pat toomey formally launches his re-election campaign. he will make it official during a lunchtime in king of prussia. he will take on joe sestak who are katie mcginty.
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mcginty's campaign will be a topic of inside story later this morning. see it all on 6abc at 11:30. >> meanwhile, the race for the white house turned to the key primary states this weekend. several were in iowa. >> iowa fans have offered me beer, iowa state fans have offered me beer. >> reporter: the ritual of the college season brought some of the gop presidential field to this field in iowa. rand paul got an early start this week. >> donald trump you're a fake. >> reporter: donald trump was reveling in his frontrunner stadium. >> we're going to lower taxes especially for the middle class we'll make sure that my friends in the hedge fund business who make a fortune and pay virtually
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no tax they are going to start paying taxes. later the billionaire greeted fans and posed for pictures. dr. ben carson stumped in south carolina preaching respect. >> it showed no respect for michael brown's body leaving it layout there for four hours. you wouldn't do that for your mother, why do it with michael brown. >> if the kids are african-american youth unemployment are 51%. >> reporter: the republican candidates get face-to-face or in your face in debates on wednesday night. donald trump said i guess i'm going into a lion's den. abc news new york. the syrian refugee crisis is stretching the patience of
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europeans. a rally showed support for welcoming the refugees. several polish cities held protests fearing muslim arrivals will threat then their jobs and security. >> a wisconsin father is grieving after coming home torched the bodies of his two younger children. he found the children's mother lying on a bed with cuts on her arms. he said she told him she was free and they weren't going to be in his away any more. he ran to get the children but their bodies were already cold. investigators gathered evidence while neighbors were left wondering what happened. >> it's a sad story, you know, ii mean for something like that to happen, you know. and for it to be kids. the mother is now in the hospital police have not yet confirmed she is responsiblible for the deaths of the children. a mother has been charged after police in jackson county
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missouri found two young children living in a wooden crate inside a cave. the discovery was made while police were investigating reports of a chop shop. they did not have shoes or water or toys. deputies say inside the 8-foot ten foot crate were two seats and blarnght and trash. -- blankets and trash. the man who rents space inside the cave spoke out about the crime. >> for a person and two children, i'm saddened by it. >> the children were taken to the hospital for valuation and given food new clothes and bath. in pennsylvania a newlywed husband convicted along with his wife killing a man who was lured through a craig's list ad is
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fighting to we draw his guilty plea. his new lawyer said he should have pleaded guilty by mentally mentally ill. he is serving a life sentence without possibility of parole. miss america organization has suspended the credentials of the official spray on tanning partner ahead of the pageant. the organization is investigating claims made by money that they paid kelly richardson up to $1,000 to participate in the event but weren't allowed to take part. the company founder said shell refund money to anyone that's due a refund legally. they say they will turn the allegation also over to police. >> new thrills for rollercoaster afficionados. we have the body cam video
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of a police officer diving in to save a man in his grandson. now looking live through sky6 live hd. philadelphia international airport, gorgeous shot right there. we have a nice week ahead. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back. a malfunction is being
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blamed for a deadly mishap on a amusement park ride. one was killed and another hurt on the sky ride. something on the safety basket malfunctioned. the workers were left dangling. one man died the other is in the hospital in fair condition. i can't get out. >> this is amazing, a texas police officer risked his own life when he saw a man and his
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grandson trapped in flood waters. he saw the pair trapped in the suv. the body camera was rolling when he and his partner went into the water to rescue the man and his ten-year-old grand son. water was pouring into the vehicle when the officer approached it. both grandfather and grand son are doing okay thanks to the officer. very lucky. >> reporter: that's why we say turn around don't drawn, because you don't know how deep the flood water is. we had downpours yesterday, it didn't amount to much. the now we're clearing, the storm system that brought the downpours to parts of the area is up in new england and continues to pull away into the canadian maritimes. we'll see improvement out there and more so tomorrow. 73 degrees, that's 6 degrees below the seasonal average of 79. the low this morning was 65.
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the normal is 62 so we're close there. overnight lows tonight into tomorrow morning, will be in the 40s north and west and interior sections of south jersey and mid to upper 50s. 6 # in lancaster. philadelphia, 65. allentown, 64. poconos 59. we have a nice breeze blowing out west/northwest. 1 miles per hour in reading. ten in lancaster. ten in philadelphia. ten in atlantic city. these winds will be picking up this afternoon into the overnight hours. this is 4:30. these are wind gusts anywhere from 10 to 15 miles per hour. breezy at best. it becomes windy overnight tonight into tomorrow morning where we see the gusts as high as 25, 26, 27 miles per hour throughout the area. that will linger through tomorrow morning and during the afternoon the winds begin to subside. that's a cool breeze, it will feel chilly when you're waiting for the school bus tomorrow morning. satellite and radar showing the
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upper level low that is pulling away the winds are wrapping around that low. that's what starts to blow in over the next 24 howrs. we'll go -- hours. we'll go wider across the county. there's nothing going on. high plains crystal clear, the front range crystal clear. the gulf coast states look nice, we have a huge area of high pressure over wichita. it is slowly drifting east. that high will bump this low out to sea. once the high takes over it will be difficult to get weather center anywhere. it is football sunday. the weather will be great down in washington, d.c. redskins take on the dolphins. bears taking on the packers. look at this high temperature. 68 sunny skies a little bit of a breeze. denver taking on the ravens, mile high stadium 90 degrees, they are forecasting a high of 93 in denver this afternoon.
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in the late game giants taking on the cowboys in dallas. 83 degrees, a delightful evening down south. doesn't matter who is playing every game is looking good. the only game that could have an issue is the tampa bay buccaneers. breezy and cool, 73 degrees is the forecasted high. look at these lows, 48 degrees for the outlying suburbs, 56 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast breezy and pleasant tomorrow, 77 degrees, low humidity levels, wall to wall-to-wall blue skies. that trend continues through tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and right into next weekend. note the numbers they will get warmer here, but humidity levels are low, that's just a fantastic seven day stretch. it hope it continues into the following week. >> as do we. >> a new rollercoaster is being
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build in sandusky ohio. it will 220 feet tall and travel to 220 miles. dive coasters give ridders an experience of free falling spreaskt from a 90-degree -- free-falling aspect from a 90-degree drop. it is expected to be ready to right next year. >> good sunday morning to you,
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sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now at the beach there in atlantic city. a busy day in atlantic city. miss america happening there tonight and a perfect hair day for all the ladies getting ready tonight. it is 67 degrees right now at 9:49. we have good news for local colleges, several have ranked the best in the county u.s. news and world report. princeton first, harvard, yale, columbia and stamford rounded out the top five. penn 9th place. lehigh university is in 47th place with a tie with penn state in happy valley. rutgers main campus in new brunswick 72. university of delaware coming in on this list as 75th.
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big board with big talkers. good news when it comes to our environment on how we fuel our cars. researchers have discovered a new method of harnessing solar energy. it's to harvest raw energy and certain metals when still lated by sunlight. they are using lasers to
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determine which materials form the best. >> all energy we need is the solar energy without burning fossil fuel. >> reporter: we are making a big step forward with the solar panels, but the currents methods being used are too costly. a refreshing hands off to collect money for students in a cheeky kind of way. a letter from a pta middle school going viral. 15-dollar donation option reads i do not want to bake, so here's the money i would have spent on the cupcakes, how about i wouldn't help anyway, here's $100 to forget my name. i'm making this donation to compress my appreciation --exprt
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having to doing anything. phillies hope to continue their winning momentum they found last night. thesehere's jeff skeverski withl your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: the last time temple beat cincinnati 30 years ago. that's nothing, nothing compared to the streak temple ended last week, the 74 year drought against penn state. what's 30 years? temperature in cincinnati jumping for joy and jacked up after beating penn state. in cincinnati what a third quarter. opening kickoff in the second half. jihad thomas endzone to endzone. 100 yards. temple scores 21 points in the third. cincinnati answers back with a touchdown. so does jihad thomas, 66-yard run, 342 yards last night. owls up as many as 22.
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they win 34-26. temple is 2-0 for the first time in four years. penn state up 6th in the 4th on buffalo until tom barclay and these fresh legs get going. the kid from the lehigh valley 1 1r50 yards rushing all coming in the second. hackenburg buck 18. it is their first win of the year. will sam bradford have all weapons for the opener in atlanta for tomorrow zack ertz a game-time decision 'he comes back from core muscle surgery. eagles took a big risk on sam bradford. it's a high risk high reward scenarios. nothing is more important than
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protecting the quarterback this year. >> you can say let's go after them, if you do you expose yourself on the back end it's a mathematical game. >> i think i'm new tune with the guys up front. no matter what system you're in it's important to have confidence in the guys in front of you. >> reporter: queer bringing you we're teeming up to bring you the eagles and falcons. monday night football can you wait. the phillies lost 8 of 95 games. that didn't stopch from telling them to win yesterday.
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howard snamed out of his -- snapped out of his on them-35 slump comes back to tie it in the 8th. in the 9th two outs cody ashy off the foul ball 2-run shot. phils win 7-5. the only other time ashy had a walkoff homer in his career, a year ago today. talk about coming up clutch and timing. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day! >> it's the great pumpkin charlie brown. enhe would envy the gourd in pennsylvania. it weighs 800 pounds. they wanted to grow their first pumpkin. it kept growing and growing on the hot day the pumpkin and it's vine soaked in a hundred gallons of water. they plan to take the the pumpko fairs once they muster up the
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strengthen where they can move it. >> that's a lot of pumpkin pie. a grammy award winning singer won't be making a trip to the delaware valley next weekend. why kelly clarkson is canceling her show. meaning to up close and personal we have the kayaker's experience with a whale pod. those stories and much more when "action news" comes right back. maxx your thing at t.j.maxx with better brands, at prices that work for you. make each day a little better. shop t.j.maxx... and maxx life!
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get out of the past. get fios. 10:00 a.m., sunday, september 13. in the news, deadly accident a teenager is dead, three others hurt after a traumatic runs off the road and -- after a truck runs off the road and crashes in bucks county overnight. >> millions of gallons gush into the street after a water main break. one street is affected and number of businesses took in water. >> we're hours away from the crowning of a brand new miss america. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at the "action news" big board. >> reporter: it's going to be nice out there later this afternoon. not as much sunshine as you would like to see, but we'll have the cooler temperatures. monday in the 90s, tuesday,
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94. wednesday, 9#. that was heat wish number 6 hopefully that's the last. thursday the cold front slid through, 81 degrees. friday, 83. yesterday we managed a high of 78 which is below average for this time of the year. it's fantastic out there right now. low dewpoint breeze out of the northwest. fleetwood 63. points, 64. saint davids 60. center city 67 and even across south jersey and delaware, gandys beach, the delaware bay beautiful this morning, 68 degrees, glass borough, 66. woodbine 67. avalon 66 degrees, here's satellite and radar, as you can see for the most part yesterday's rain are all the way up here in new england. we have the upper level feature hanging back. the cold front is arching out
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across new england. the low is pulling away. it will be breezy, this will increase the cloud cover once again later on. skyline will like this throughout the day. it's not a completely cloudy day, generally speaking we'll see mostly cloudy conditions. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll go mostly cloudy, delightful, high temperature, 73 degrees, breezy and cool. we'll keep the winning streak going all week long. one thing of note, the jersey shore, it's not beach season any more. if you're doing fishing on the waters. expect choppy conditions rip current risk on the moderate side. seas 3 to 4 feet. wind out of the west at 20 miles per hour. exercise caution if you're on a small boat doing fishing. guys i'll be back along with the complete seven-day forecast. >> thanks, chris. breaking news, n of ba hall of famer, moses maloney has
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died. he led to the sixers to an nba championship in 1983. he was was named the league m.v.p. three times. the 6'10" center was nicknamed chairman of the board. he was just 60 years old. police in bucks county are investigating a crash that killed one teenager and sent three others to the hospital. it happened on the 700 block of north lime kiln pike in new britain township after 1:00 p.m. police say a 17-year-old driver lost control of a pick up truck ran into a drainage ditch and hit a mail box and flipped the truck over. he was killed immediately. three others were hurt, one is in critical condition. police are looking into whether drinking an driving led to the crash after open beer cans were found inside the truck. a massive water main break sent water gushing into the street and businesses in hunting park. the four foot break left a huge
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hole in the road and crews will be busy fixing the break and the big mess behind. annie mccormick joins us live on west moreland street with the details. >> reporter: annie and nydia i want to say the progress they have made on hunting park avenue that roadway throughout the night was covered in mud. they've working to get the mud remove. but there's a lot of cleanup they will have throughout the day. saturday night this was the scene as rising water filled the roadway causing dangerous driving conditions in hunting park. the cause a 48-inch main break that spilled 15 million gallons of water on the street and nearby properties. the break caused damage on the property of this u-haul facility always the ground caved in. >> we're working to get hunting park back open. it will be closed between fox and 29th. once the cleanup efforts are done we'll begin assessing the
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damage to the water main and working to excavate to get a visual on it. >> reporter: this area of the city is no stranger to the water marijuana break. last june water flooded the shopping complex at fox and roberts. customers had to be rescued from rising waters. months before the same shopping complex had a water main break it took weeks for store owners to clean up water damage. taking a living love at the parking lot of the u-haul facility. you can see the pavement buckled. there's a lot of time work to do where little portion has caved in from the pressure of the water. hungt park avenue is -- hunting park avenue is closed and will remain closed for a significant amount of time until they repair the problem. faa is investigating another plane crash in south jersey, the pilot david sees of
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marlton was killed when is cessna 150 crashed on the 600 block of jackson road in atco camden county. it happened as the pilot's friend watched from the ground yesterday morning. >> i waved to him i seen him cut the plane and the plane dropped and he throttled back up. i heard the plane hit. >> the ntsb and the faa are investigating. it could take months to determine the cause of the crash. that crash is the second crash in new jersey, these pictures show a plane that crashed into the atlantic on thursday. the train's transmission went silent for two hours from the flight from michigan. the pilot 68-year-old michael moir was the only person on board. he was heading to atlantic city
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at the time of the crash. he had 40 years experience flying planes. police in cumberland county are looking for suspects in a shooting that left a man in critical condition. it happened on the 500 morocco of east avenue in fairfield township. police received 911 calls of gun shots in the area. when they arrived they found a man in his 20s with a gunshot wound to the held. he was flown to cooper university million center in critical condition. -- university medical center in critical condition. the search continues for a driver who hit a police officer on a motorcycle and kept going. it happened at east 4th and morton streets in chester, delaware county. the driver made a left turn and clipped daniel hoffman motorcycle. hoffman was injured but expected to make full recovery. it was a late model pontiac grand prix with a green hood trunk or bumper. if you have information call police immediately.
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there's a new trial date in the case of a south jersey train derailment which sent a dangerous chemical in the air. the crash released vinyl chloride. 2 dozen people sued conrail. ntsb said conrail was wrong to continue opening and closing the swinging bridge with the train went off the tracks. the trial was to gin this week, but delayed -- begin this week, but was delayed as both sides work toward a settlement. the case is scheduled to go to trial in november. people who live in the traffic enforcement zone can get parking passes. parking restrictions go into effect next time sunday. the city will waive the 20-dollar fee to park in a designated garage if you have a valid parking permit. starting tomorrow parking
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placards are available for pick up go to the parking authority on 8th street. meanwhile, the local businesses are getting ready for the papal visit. many shops are being encouraged to stay open and that's what they are planning to do. >> if we're able to comdaylight as many people -- accommodate as many people that want to come in, we'll stay open. if it ends up being too much we'll close the door and call it a day. >> many retailers plan to rely on local employees to stock the stores. they want to capitalize on the unflux of people expected for the visit. we have details on the parking restrictions in center city posted at 6abc.com/pope. we have the details to help nafnght navigate the papal visit. >> show us your shoes, the miss
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america contestants did that jetter on -- just that on the atlantic city boardwalk. abc elizabeth hur joins us live with more on the big pageant. changes this year, elizabeth. >> reporter: good morning to you, nydia and eva. it's still a little early, but i have to tell you we have quite a few early risers stopping by telling us how excited they are about this big night ahead. there are quite a few vices in store organizers say for everyone. the glitz, the glam and the galore glory. it all comes down to this the passing of the crown. the new honor coating to one of 52 beauties competing to become the next miss america. >> i am i'm excited to see who the next miss america will be.
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reigning miss america proud to be part of a ceremony steeped in tradition now in its 95th year. >> she is charitable and beautiful and grateful and poised. >> it's what makes miss america different from all the other juan in -- want to be. >> reporter: miss vanessa williams returns to the pageant 32 years after she was forced to give up her crown. >> i knew wurns -- once the dust settled i would get a chance to show people who i am. there's a lot of people who do feel that i should return and they inviting me back as an
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example this is what can happen to you. >> and organizers say having vanessa williams back is going to be a tv moment you cannot miss. behind me as you can see, as i told you the excitement is in the air and everyone excited to tune into see who the new miss america will be tonight. we're live on the boardwalk here in ac. list beth hur. channel 6 "action news." >> tune into tonight for a countdown of the crown our live preview at 8:00 p.m. matt o'donnell, karen rogers and melissa magee host the show live from atlantic city. former miss america will offer her insight, as well. the miss america pageant follows at 9:00 p.m. right here on 6abc. >> everyone e has to take their picture under the crown. a popular singer is forced to cancel her tour including a
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stop right here in the philadelphia area. what you need to know if you have tickets to the kelly clarkson concert. several firefighters are hurt while battling devastating wildfires out west. looking live at penns landing. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a goodie when we come right back.
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crews are battling two raging wild filers in northern california. the butte fire 70 miles
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southeast of sacramento has exploded to 1 owe 1 -- 101 conveyer -- square miles. this man grabbed his late husband's ashes, now he returned to scattered the ashes. >> reporter: are those his ashes. >> yes. >> reporter: mean sometime another wildfire exploded yesterday in lake county about 100 miles north of san francisco. the blaze sent 4 firefighters to the hospital with second degree burns, they are listed in stable condition. hundreds of people have fled as this fire continues to burn out of the control. time for accuweather, we've got a really nice week ahead. >> reporter: today looks fantastic. tomorrow, better, it looks really, really nice. here's the view looking over the ben franklin bridge. it's a very quiet morning around the delaware valley. it feels like fall for a change.
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temperatures in philadelphia at this 10:00 hour,degrees. look at the flags we have winds sustained out of the north/northwest at 10 miles per hour. we're seeing gusts up to 15, 20 miles per hour. there's a moderate risk for rip currents. you can see the breakers. the we're seeing waves 3 to 4 feet. that's making for choppy conditions. if you're doing boating or fishing later on be careful on the seas. 69 degrees in cape may. millville, 69. reading, 63. lancaster, 62. the poconos barely cracking the 60-degree mark. how it will feel not just today, all week long we're staying in the comfort zone with dewpoints between 50 and 55 degrees. that will feel fantastic.
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whenespecially this weekend whee temperatures climb into the upper 80s. satellite and radar up level low spinning it's wheels in pennsylvania, once that pulls north and east into the canadian maritimes. there's not much going on. we have a huge area of high pressure sprawling out over the lower 48. that will dominate the pattern over the next five days. look at the dewpoints across the dixie south. the cold front has dropped into the gulf coast, we don't have any humidity, imagine being in new orleans you have dewpoints in the 50s that's a rarity. jackson, 48. montgomery, 52. as this cool area of high pressure pushes east and the winds swift out of the south/southwest this time there's no humidity out here, that's why conditions stay dry all week long and very, very comfortable. future tracker 6, cloudy
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conditions one or two areas picking up a quick-hitting shower. overnight tonight the skies clear and that sets up a beautiful weather pattern, smooth sailing and sunny conditions. mostly quiet for the lehigh valley, breezy high of 72. speaking of breezy, jersey shore, cloudy, 74 degrees, the winds will be out of the north at 15 to 20 miles per hour. for philadelphia. 73 clouds and sun, breezy and cool. winds out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. get aload of these numbers overnight. 40s outlying suburbs. 56 center city. that will feel good. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow we've got another winner here, 77 degrees, more sunshine, it will be windy out there, tuesday, mostly sunny, 83. note how the numbers climb by the middle and end of this week. 86 degrees, wednesday and thursday, friday's high temperature, 87.
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saturday, 875 mixture of sun and clouds. again we're not talking about a heat wave and no humidity out there. so those mid to upper 80s should feel fantastic. the early call on sunday for the eagles home opener, that looks good, as well. >> all right. fans of kelly clarkson won't get to see her perform in cam dental next sunday. -- camden next sunday. she was scheduled to perform at the susquehanna schedule swells three other performances. she tweeted that she is bummed and can't wait to get healthy again. she recently announced she is expecting her second baby. natural cheese. 100% mini babybel. snack a little bigger.
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the 0 odd an unusual pictures of the week. kayaker had a gopro camera on her new washington state when she spotted, do you see them, those are whales they were swimming around. she would stop and let them paddle by, one of them came out of the water as you can see in the video. they appeared to be feeding off salmon. she called it an unbelievable incredible event her words to watch from a seat of her kayak. who hadn't been double dog
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dared as a child. we know you can't turn that down especially if it is coming from your older sister. it started when an older sister dared her she couldn't get a ball out of the machine. she had to approve her sister wrong she crawled inside and got the ball. her mother had to call 911. firefighters had to rescue her now both girls are paying the price, their mother grounded them both. they can which out. this is marley the orange and white tom cat who lives in i indiana. he is called puppy cat. he likes to go for walks on a leash as you can see in the video. he can sit and shake handles. marley likes to takes rides in
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the convertible where he sits in the front seat and likes to go to the playground and swing on the swing set. the only thing marley does not do is bark. this cool cat is 14 years old. he is not ready for the quiet life of napping like a normal cat. clearly he needs a lot of activity. looks like he eats a lot of food. >> that's my kind of cat. happening today, roshashana begins at sundown. it marks the beginning of the jewish high holy day and new year. it end on the sundown on tuesday and followed by yom kippur the day of atonement. chris sowers has a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll be back in just a moment. risk of stroke
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6abc, here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, coming up this morning on inside story we take a look at what happened with the tickets that went on sale for the weekend that the pope will be here, selling out within seconds does this mean the pr campaign to turn around the feeling of what's going on. what does it mean that we see scalping out there. do we have reason to be concerned about what will be going on this weekend. we keep focused on the catholic church talking about a memorandum from the archdiocese, for all people applying to the catholic school was there a reason for it and was this the right time to put that out. a lot coming up on inside story later this morning. >> time for check from
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accuweather. >> reporter: coolest day in 3 months. high temperatures, 73 degrees. 77 tomorrow, sunny. low humidity both days, that's the trend all week long. look at the seven-day forecast. wall-to-wall blue skies, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, completely sunny. the numbers warm up a little bit. 86 by wednesday and thursday, 87 friday and saturday, but, again it should stay dry, humidity levels stay low should be comfortable out there. something good golf weather. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is next on 6abc. "action news" continues at noon. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. a busy road is shut down in hunting park section after a water main break. we're tracking the cleanup efforts now. >> plus, the countdown for the crown is on. one of the judges for the miss america pageant said he is looking for more than a pretty face. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, have
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